The effect of inhaled frusemide on airway sensitivity to inhaled 4.5% sodium chloride aerosol in asthmatic subjects

Rodwell, L T; Anderson, S D; du Toit, J I; Seale, J P
March 1993
Thorax;Mar1993, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p208
Academic Journal
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